Friday Morning Laughs — YouTube Comedy Week Wrap-Up


Happy Friday, SocialTimes readers! The YouTube Spotlight channel been pumping out funny videos all week long for YouTube Comedy Week, a celebration of YouTube’s most hilarious creators that started on Sunday and ends tomorrow. As per usual, there were far too many videos to include in one round-up post, so we’ve selected one special video for every day of the week.


“Welcome to YouTube Comedy Week,” by YouTube

Published on May 19, 2013
2,682,213 views, 22,328 likes, 4,793 dislikes

YouTube Comedy Week kicked off with this highlight reel full of comedians including Eric Wareheim, Sarah Silverman, and more. Click on the banners that pop up with their names and you’ll be magically transported to their YouTube channels to see their latest sketches.


“The History of YouTube by The Gregory Brothers (YouTube Comedy Week),” by YouTube

Published on May 20, 2013
1,418,555 views, 19,184 likes, 919 dislikes

The Gregory Brothers sing a sweet slow jam for YouTube on the network’s 8th birthday. Click here to watch it on YouTube.


“Convos With My 2 Year Old – EPISODE 1,” by ConvosWith2YrOld

Published on May 21, 2013
1,212,832 views, 12,987 likes, 319 dislikes

This man’s conversation with his two-year-old daughter is not quite as adorable when a grown man steps in to play the role of the little girl, hair clips and all. There are some serious Terrible Twos happening here.


“The Lonely Island – SEMICOLON (feat. Solange) LYRICS VIDEO #WACKWEDNESDAYS” by thelonelyisland

Published on May 22, 2013
1,707,141 views, 27,509 likes, 1,143 dislikes

Punctuation has never sounded better.


Google Glass Human, by nigahiga

Published on May 23, 2013
1,036,046 views, 98,370 likes, 1,134 dislikes

If you don’t mind having a strange man sitting on your shoulders, these Google Glasses have the best voice-activated GPS system around.


“Tom Hanks Is an A-Hole” by comedycentral

Published on May 24, 2013
301+ views, 163 likes, 284 dislikes

Actor Tom Hanks is not such a great guy, if you ask Trevor Moore of the “Whitest Kids U’Know.” This video explores the dark side of movies like “Forrest Gump” and “Philadelphia” with the help of a bikini-clad dance crew and a hypnotic soundtrack.


…is almost here. Have a great Memorial Day weekend!

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